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Mitel Make a Bid for Avaya

Mitel Make a Bid for Avaya

RE: Mitel Make a Bid for Avaya

There's been a lot of bid rumours.
I don't know if it would be a good idea for either party to merge.

Avaya just did that trip and barely made it home, why would they wanna be on the other side.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: Mitel Make a Bid for Avaya

To be really honest, IT will make it much better.
Mitel does do it much better.
No 6 months to fix something simple like Avaya does now.
Better products and not the One-X joke where no One-X product is the same.


I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

RE: Mitel Make a Bid for Avaya

That might be true, but the problem is that Mitel had to go private since they were making a loss quarter after quarter even without the debt Avaya had.
Mitel already has to many products and now they gonna buy Avaya?
Sure if the venture capitalists want to pay for it, but there is also a chance that the same thing happens again which would put Avaya in Nortels shoes and Mitel in Avayas.
But if the bid is real there is a big chance that the shareholders wanna cash out.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

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